We are providing access to listeners who want to learn from the careers of exceptional HR leaders, and keep a pulse on the latest trends and top talent in HR
Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 01, 2017
Keystone Partners, a leading career management and executive coaching consulting firm, announced today the availability of its new podcast, The Hennessy Report which provides insights from some of today’s top leaders in human resources. The podcast is available, free of charge, through the Keystone Partners website, SoundCloud, iTunes, and Google Play.
Hosted by Keystone’s Senior Vice President Dave Hennessy, The Hennessy Report, developed in cooperation with the Northeast Human Resources Association (NEHRA), connects listeners to senior HR executives in New England discussing critical issues impacting business success and emerging trends impacting the HR sector.
“I am honored to be the host of The Hennessy Report,” exclaimed Dave Hennessy. “Keystone is providing listeners with an exciting gateway into the minds of top HR professionals. We look forward to providing listeners with news, information and senior HR executive advice on the changing workplace landscape.”
“NEHRA is thrilled to be working with Keystone on The Hennessy Report,” remarked Tracy Burns, CEO of NEHRA. “This is an exciting way for us to share insights on the impact HR has on organizations as well as the personal satisfaction HR professionals experience throughout their careers; allowing us to provide our audience with the tools, resources and motivation they need to advance in their own careers.”
Recent conversations with senior HR leaders in the Northeast are now available:
- NEHRA – CEO, Tracy Burns
- TripAdvisor – Chief People Officer, Beth Grous
- iRobot – EVP, Human Resources and Corporate Communications Russ Campanello
- Broad Institute – Chief People Officer, Andy Porter
- Harvard University – Vice President of HR, Marilyn Hausammann
- Kronos – Chief People Officer, David Almeda
“We are proud to launch a new forum for the HR community,” states Elaine Varelas, Managing Partner of Keystone Partners. “For decades, Keystone Partners has consulted with the top leaders in HR. Now, in conjunction with NEHRA, we are providing access to listeners who want to learn from the careers of exceptional HR leaders, and keep a pulse on the latest trends and top talent in HR.”
To listen to the podcast now, visit http://www.keystonepartners.com and click on the podcast link.
About Keystone Partners
Keystone Partners is a leading talent management and career transition services consulting firm headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts. Keystone works with organizations in New England, the Research Triangle, and around the world to efficiently and effectively address their career management and development needs.
Keystone Partners' divisions include Keystone Associates, which provides comprehensive career management services through executive level; Essex Partners, a premier career consultancy exclusively for senior executives; and Camden Consulting Group, leadership and talent management experts who help leaders and their organizations learn, develop, grow and thrive. Keystone Partners is also a founding partner of Career Partners International. For more information, please visit http://www.keystonepartners.com.
About Northeast Human Resources Association
Founded 30 years ago and with more than 2,000 members, NEHRA is the largest, most influential professional HR organization in the Northeast. NEHRA's goal is to help HR professionals Connect, Grow and Thrive by providing relevant and timely educational programs, access to tools and resources, and offering a variety of opportunities to network with peers.
About Career Partners International
Founded in 1987, Career Partners International is a leading provider of Outplacement, Career Management, Executive Coaching and Leadership Development services from more than 300 offices in over 45 countries. Employers around the world trust Career Partners International’s local market experts to provide the best possible outcomes for employees across Canada, the United States, Latin America, Europe, Middle East and Africa, and Asia Pacific regions.